Resistance To Change Quotes


Resistance to change is always the biggest obstacle.

There is resistance to change. There's a resistance to ideas.

The penalty for a long life is increasing resistance to change.

Change is never painful only the resistance to change is painful

Often the greater our ignorance about something the greater our resistance to change.

there is no sin punished more implacably by nature than the sin of resistance to change.

Resistance to change is proportional to how much the future might be altered by any given act.

I have a resistance to change in things that I feel comfortable with and that I'm used to.

Dangers lurk in all systems. Systems incorporate the unexamined beliefs of their creators. Adopt a system accept its beliefs and you help strengthen the resistance to change

Resistance is the first step to change.

The first resistance to social change is to say it's not necessary.

Change is as inexorable as time yet nothing meets with more resistance.

Human interaction is the key force in overcoming resistance and speeding change.

The way I see it it's impossible to change things without encountering resistance.

True resistance begins with people confronting pain... and wanting to do something to change it.

Change is the law of God's mind and resistance to it is the source of all pain.

Resistance and change often begin in art and very often in our art - the art of words.

Resistance is thought transformed into feeling. Change the thought that creates the resistance and there is no more resistance.

Resistance is never the agent of change. You have to embrace the actions that are going to get you closer to your goal.

This is your time and it feels normal to you but really there is no normal. There's only change and resistance to it and then more change.

They reality is that we have 70% of our voters use a punch card system that I tried to change and that bipartisan resistance in the legislature stopped.

Innovation often originates outside existing organizations in part because successful organizations acquire a commitment to the status quo and a resistance to ideas that might change it